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Studies on nematode parasites of Indian vertebrates

T. D. Soota

Studies on nematode parasites of Indian vertebrates

by T. D. Soota

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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • Parasites.
    • Subjects:
    • Nematoda -- India,
    • Vertebrates -- Parasites,
    • Parasites -- India

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby T.D. Soota.
      SeriesRecords of the Zoological Survey of India., Occasional paper no. 54
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL391.N4 S663 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1- > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3008554M
      LC Control Number84902147

      This Volume is a republication in one volume of the 10 part Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology's 'Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates', first published between and For many years the 'Keys' have provided a working tool to those within the field and laboratory needing to know "what is this worm?" Now due to popular demand and to coincide with the long-awaited 5/5(1). In general, the nematode parasites of California wildlife have only been studied descriptively. There is much interesting biology to investigate. Studies on the diplotriaenid nematode parasites of the air sacs of California swallows indicate that the birds carry a substantial biomass of nematode parasites on their annual migrations.

      Review. For many years, the "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", authored by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott (eds.) in ten parts between and , served as a main and absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in by: 3. CABI, 2. Hardback. New. This well illustrated book provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout the world.

      This volume has comprehensive coverage ( species are reviewed) and includes nematode parasites of humans, domestic animals and wildlife including fish. It provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout. the tropical and subtropical regions of the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans [14]. In and , during extensive studies of the parasites of marine fishes in New Caledonian waters, specimens of four species of Carangoides were exam-ined. Since no data on the parasites of Carangoides spp. from Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates [1 File Size: 6MB.


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Studies on nematode parasites of Indian vertebrates. Calcutta: Zoological Survey of India, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T D Soota.

The Indian region has a rich diverse fauna and the parasites of the region are quite fascinating. Nearly 50 years ago, Baylis () published in the series of "Fauna of British India", a comprehensive account of the helminth parasites of the region known at that time.

Since then an enormous amount of literature has been published on this group and in the last 3 decades there has been an Cited by: 5. The aim of the book remains "to summarize and synthesize knowledge of the basic features of the development and transmission of parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, and to place this information in the context of the modern classification as found in the CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates" [but see the 2 departures from these keys.

This well illustrated book provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout the world.

This second, expanded edition includes relevant data from some new references that have appeared from to /5(2). "Therefore, the publication of this supplementary volume of the Keys is very important and this excellent book, together with the archival volume of the Keys, no doubt represents one of the basic works on parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, which may also serve as a basis for subsequent revisions of taxonomy as well as for studies on the biology, ecology, zoogeography, etc.

of these by: PDF | OnR.C. Krecek and others published Nematode parasites of vertebrates (2nd edition): their development and transmission, R.C. Anderson: book review | Find, read and cite all.

Supplementary Volume" by Lynda M. Gibbons Review For many years, the "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", authored by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott (eds.) in ten parts between andserved as a main and absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in vertebrates.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yorke, Warrington, Nematode parasites of vertebrates. London, J. & A. Churchill, (OCoLC) "[T]his book will become an essential companion to the student of parasitology and nematology."--Journal of Parasitology "A plethora of original primary literature is cited throughout the book.

Many good illustrations accompany several well-described parasites. The golden nematode Globodera rostochiensis is a particularly harmful variety of nematode pest that has resulted in quarantines and crop failures worldwide.

CSIRO has found a to fold reduction of nematode population densities in plots having Indian mustard Brassica juncea green manure or seed meal in the soil.

EpidemiologyClade: Nematoida. Emended descriptions of the female of Ascaridia hermaphrodita (Froelich ) and of the male of Wellcomia evoluta (Linstow ) are given. The female of A. hermaphrodita is described in full as a description of it does not appear in the literature.

Several corrections are made of errors found in descriptions. Especially noticeable is the illustration of the male tail of W. evoluta by Yorke Cited by: The Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology was also charged with two additional responsibilities, firstly to revise and bring the then standard work on vertebrate nematode taxonomy.

Studies on the Nematode parasites of Insects and other Arthropods by P Narayan Rao. Publication date Usage Attribution-Noncommercial Collection biostor; additional_collections Digitizing sponsor BioStor Language English Volume Addeddate Identifier biostor This well illustrated book provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout the world.

This second, expanded edition includes relevant data from some new references that have appeared from to studies, helpful in defining some species, were also taken into account. It is pleasant that the number of excellent illustra-tions, prepared by U.R.

Strelive, increased from 33 to The introductory chapter of the book again deals with some general aspects of these nematode parasites; e.g., theirFile Size: 83KB. The emphasis of this volume is on plant parasites and insights gained through research on other nematodes.

In particular, the book explains the anatomical, developmental, behavioral, and genetic studies on the free-living nematode Cenorhabditis elegans, which is a widely used laboratory model for examining various biological problems.

The Nematodes of Vertebrates" by Yamaguti (). However, for many years, mainly "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", published by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott in ten parts between andhave served as an absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in by: 1.

On the Nematode and Trematode Parasites of some Small Mammals from the Inner Hebrides - Volume 27 Issue - R. Thomas Studies on the helminth parasites of the Long-tailed field mouse, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.

Find out more about sending content to by: Nematode parasites of vertebrates: their development and transmission. 2nd edition. Introduction. This introductory chapter provides an overview of the taxonomy, evolution, ecology, biological development and transmission of nematodes parasitic to humans and domestic and wild animals.

This well illustrated book provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout the world.

This second, expanded edition includes relevant data from some Price: $. Khera adds 18 new species and three new genera to the nematode fauna of vertebrates in India and enlarges our knowledge of nine known species.

His host list for the 18 species comprises two fish, one amphibian, five reptiles and eight mammals. Unless otherwise stated, the only locality recorded for the new species is the zoo at by: ALI, M.M.

Observations on some filariid worms from Indian birds with a description of two new genera. Zoologischer Anzeiger ALI, S.M. Studies on the nematode parasites of fishes and birds found in Hyderabad State.

Indian Journal of Helminthology 8: ALI, S.M. (eds.) CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates, No. 6, Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnham Royal, Bucks, England, 71 p. Chandra, K.J. a. A note on the metacercaria of Euclinostomum multicaecum Tubangui and Masilunoan [sic] from freshwater fishes of Bangladesh.